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Lexington Solar Project Moves Forward

Wicked Local 

Lexington selectmen were met with a round of applause Feb. 24 after voting to allow the Solar Task Force to move forward with the next phase of the solar farm project on Hartwell Avenue. The proposed photovoltaic project will take 4.5 acres on the Hartwell Avenue Transfer Station and produce 2.25 megawatts of power through a combination of ground-mount arrays and two raised canopies with photovoltaic panels.

Williamstown Selects Brightfields for Solar Project

Boston Globe

The annual town meeting in Williamstown, MA held in May 2014 approved the concept of installing solar panels on the Town's 18-acre former municipal landfill. On Monday August 12th, following a competitive bid process, Town Manager Peter Fohlin presented an update to the Board of Selectmen. After a thorough review aided by Williamstown consultant Beth Greenblatt of Beacon Integrated Solutions, the Town chose the Brightfields Development LLC and SolarCity team as the most qualified and will enter final negotiations with the firms.

Brightfields Visits Waukegan, Illinois

Brightfields Press Release

In June, Pete Pedersen, Managing Principal of Brightfields, traveled to Waukegan, IL to participate in a round-table discussion regarding brownfield solar project development opportunities in Illinois and the enabling legislation. Brightfields joined various stakeholders including Congressman Brad Schneider of Illinois’ Tenth Congressional District, the Illinois chapter of the Sierra Club, the Environmental Law and Policy Center, EPA Region 5, and Waukegan City officials to examine the potential benefits of bringing clean solar energy to Waukegan.

Brightfields Presents at Solar Development on Landfills and Brownfields Conference

Brightfields Press Release

EUCI: Solar Development on Landfills and Brownfields

Earlier this summer, Pete Pedersen – Managing Principal of Brighfeilds, traveled to the City of Brotherly Love to present at EUCI’s 2014 Solar Development on Landfills and Brownfields Conference. The Solar Development on Landfills and Brownfields Conference was designed by EUCI, a leading energy education company, to introduce energy professionals to the opportunities that accompany developing solar energy on brownfields and other environmentally impaired lands.

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